The wireless carrier T-Mobile USA asked the court on Wednesday to prevent the ruling requested by Apple Inc. to ban the sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G, citing the sales on holiday this year.
Such injunction of the two popular consumer products that will help increase its 2011 holiday sales would never harm T-Mobile and thousands of U.S. consumers, stated by T-Mobile before the United States District Court of Northern District of California, San Jose Division.
T-Mobile also requested to the court to allow them to appear at the . . . → Read More: U.S. Wireless Carriers Wants to Stop Banning of Samsung Products
Apple made another move to trademark the term “multi-touch” in the United States but unfortunately it has been denied. The decision was made by the United States Patent and Trademark Office dated from last week and was posted by MacRumors in their website. The governing body rejected this application citing that the term is simply describing how consumers interact with the products.
“Thus, from the foregoing, we find that ‘Multi-Touch’ not only identifies the technology, but also describes how a user of the goods operates the device,” according to the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. . . . → Read More: Apple’s “Multi-Touch” Trademark Application Rejected
RIM or Research in Motion retail partners have begun cutting down the prices of the company’s BlackBerry Playbook tablet just to cope up with the low market sales.
Jim Balsillie, RIM co-CEO confirmed that these price drops are expected after the company reported just 200,000 units of Playbook shipped into channels during the first year of availability. According to a report from BGR, Rogers employees were able to buy the BlackBerry Playbook for just $250.
The company (RIM) offers three types of its tablet, a 16GB, 32Gb, and 64GB entry-level model, all versions are . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Playbook Slashed Down Prices Due to Unimpressive Sales
Google has enhanced the iPhone application its own social network, Google+. The Google+ iPhone App now has features that are recently revealed on the social network website.
The improved Google+ app now allows you or let you join a “Hangout”, it is a new videoconferencing service in which people can chat with others within their circles. Though it’s possible to join an existing Hangout through the iPhone application, you still need to open your Google+ account in your personal computer to start a new Hangout videoconference.
Huddle, a former group IM feature has been . . . → Read More: Google Improves Google+ iPhone App
Samsung seems like releasing and developing phones faster that we’ve imagine. Just when the wireless carrier T-Mobile announced the release date of its Samsung Galaxy S II phones, maybe a couple of days before it arrive on AT&T wireless network, it’s been out on Sprint since September though, the Korea-based company unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy S II HD which is actually a Galaxy S II LTE but it has an HD display screen.
The display of the Samsung Galaxy S II HD has 720 x 1260 pixel resolution other than its brother Galaxy S II . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy S II HD Unveiled, U.S. Launch Not Announced